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February 21, 2017, 12:15:52 PM
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I heard rumors that Mercedes Benz and Tesla integrated Bitcoin, also that Microsoft will integrate Bitcoin, can anyone go in depth with it?
What other big companies starting to integrate Bitcoin?

I am not sure with other companies but microsoft integration is not to sell their products in exchange for bitcoin but rather integrating bitcoin into the microsoft office features. But I hope apple, Mercedes Benz and Tesla will accept bitcoin when they sell cars and other products by accepting bitcoin as one of the options in the mode of payments.
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May 11, 2017, 09:54:35 PM
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I heard rumors that Mercedes Benz and Tesla integrated Bitcoin, also that Microsoft will integrate Bitcoin, can anyone go in depth with it?
What other big companies starting to integrate Bitcoin?

I am not sure with other companies but microsoft integration is not to sell their products in exchange for bitcoin but rather integrating bitcoin into the microsoft office features. But I hope apple, Mercedes Benz and Tesla will accept bitcoin when they sell cars and other products by accepting bitcoin as one of the options in the mode of payments.
Yeah exactly Microsoft still accept bitcoin payments. Some think it will revolutionize currency, others think it’s nothing more than a Ponzi scheme. Products from several other many companies, such as Whole Foods, The Gap, Game Stop, and JC Penney, are available through Bitcoin by using the cryptocurrency to buy gift cards from sites like Gyft and eGifter.com. Still other sites are designed to receive Bitcoin payments exclusively and in future other major company also show transaction feature through bitcoin. Below is the link of article which may help much more to understand this:
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